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What Tina Fey Can Teach All Performers

Tina Fey can do more than write and perform comedy. In the latest issue of New Yorker magazine, she gives us a look behind the scenes at Saturday Night Live and, in so doing, offers an important lesson for coaches, athletes, everyone. “The show doesn’t go on because it’s ready,” Fey writes. “It goes on […]

How David Beats Goliath

“What’s the use of running if you are not on the right road?” — German proverb Coaches preach that hard work can make all the difference. But exactly how much of a difference is that? Renowned author Malcolm Gladwell, in an article in New Yorker magazine, offers an answer: Whether it’s basketball for 12-year-old girls, […]